About the book
Emperor Ashok created a secret society comprising nine chosen members, who were known as the ‘Nine Unknown’, to help preserve knowledge that, in the wrong hands, could be used to destroy humanity.Little did Ashok know that the safekeeping of such knowledge had a high price to it; that shadows
In 1999 during India’s Kargil War with Pakistan, I was a teenage boy. My blood boiled and with each breath, I whispered an old patriotic song. Vengeance was in the air, so was love for a land that I call my motherland. Years went by. Time took away what used
Who is the Brahmin? He was a master spy in the times of Emperor Ashok and aided him in running a successful empire. But a series of murders happen and even the Brahmin struggles initially to solve them.
A historical thriller that can't get better.
We have 20 copies up for review,
Myth-busting suddenly seems to be the in-thing in nonfiction. We had Shashi Tharoor recently busting the myth of how the British helped build the idea of a nation called India (You can read more here). Then we have William Dalrymple & Anita Anand’s Kohinoor: The Story of the World’s Most